SUSTAINABILITY-RISKS INTEGRATION INTO THE REMUNERATION POLICY 

The Fund has delegated investment management activities, in respect of the assets of the Fund, to INOKS Capital S.A. As delegated Asset Manager, INOKS Capital S.A., avails of the expertise of its own ESG teams for the provision of fundamental analysis to identify and assess Sustainability Risks, the principal adverse impact of investment decision to be submitted to the Fund's ultimate decision in compliance with the REGULATION (EU) 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector (“SFDR”) as amended by the Taxonomy Regulation (EU) 2020/852 of 18 June 2020.

As required, it discloses into its precontractual documents (prospectus), website and periodic reports required information on:

  • The integration of sustainability risks* in its fundamental bottom-up investment research, selection process and remuneration policy;

  • Its understanding of non-financial and principal adverse impact* of its decisions of and on investee companies;

  • Its definition of sustainable investments* and the underlying sustainable investment objectives.

*definition in Sustainability Integration Section of the Website

Disclosure relative to Article 5 of Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

In accordance with Article 5 of SFDR, the Company confirms it integrates sustainability risks in the remuneration policy in order to ensure that the structure of the remuneration does not encourage excessive risk-taking with respect to sustainability risks and is linked to risks-adjusted performance.

The Company is ultimately responsible to implement and enforce at any time this Remuneration Policy. When the Company delegates the investment management activities in respect of the assets of the Company and/or a Sub-Fund to an investment manager, the Company shall ensure that the delegate implements and enforces on a continuing basis a proper remuneration policy and demonstrates of its own ESG expertise to identify and assess Sustainability Risks for the purposes of complying with the Remuneration Policy.

The principles of the remuneration policy are reviewed on a regular basis and adapted to the evolving regulatory framework. The remuneration policy has been approved by the Board of directors of the Company.